When travelling it’s so easy to get absolutely-caught-up in these big and majestic cities, they pull us in and entice our low energy levels with ‘all the things’ to run around and do: a frantic visual of -hopping on the train, getting off the bus, running from one location toRead More
Scotlands six hidden gems
Well hey History-buffs, Life Enthusiasts and Travel-Addicts alike, If you’ve been ‘kicking-around’ in Edinburgh this last month you would’ve bear-witnessed the crazy-awesome-intensity of the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival. And if you’re reading this you absolutely survived the madness. This however is not all that is being celebrated in Scotland thisRead More
Edinburgh Fringe: Best of the Week
The first week of Fringe is done and dusted and, as you might expect, there are a few standouts from the crowd. Here are some of our must-see picks. Grab your tickets before it’s too late!   Natalie Palimedes- LAID (comedy, absurdist, clowning) Part theatre, part clown performance, Laid isRead More
Highland Games
There’s a man by the name of Hamish MacGregor ahead of you, he’s yelling, yelling loudly in his local ‘Scottish-tongue’ from a mouth surrounded by ginger whiskers, ahead of him is a sea of tartan and the sounds of bagpipes accompany in the background. The audience cheers just as loudRead More
Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the one of the biggest arts festivals in the world, and with this year being the 70th anniversary it’s sure to be the biggest yet! Attending the Edinburgh Fringe may seem like a daunting undertaking, so we’ve compiled some tips and tricks to make yourRead More